Popular food chain opens another new location in Rhode IslandKristen WaltersNewsBreak Contributor
Lies, Sinister Crimes and a Fake Death: The Life of Nicholas RossiNikNewsBreak Contributor
Plainfield IL Village Board Approves New Waste Management ContractThe Bright Side CornerNewsBreak Contributor
The Roger Williams Zoo Invites You to Party for the PlanetCamilo DíazNewsBreak Contributor
NWS issues hazardous weather outlook for Southern Connecticut: Storm system threatens snowfall accumulationsBe HappyNewsBreak Contributor
Accused Norwich murderer's plea deal window extended to May
NEW LONDON ― A 25-year-old Massachusetts man accused of stabbing his partner to death three years ago in Norwich now has until May to decide whether to accept a plea deal or take his case to trial. New London Superior Court Judge Hillary Strackbein on Tuesday set a next...
Teen Injured When Car Hits School Bus in Killingly
A 14-year-old was taken to the hospital after a driver hit the back of a school bus in Killingly Tuesday morning. Police said a school bus was heading north on Route 12 and was stopped with the school bus stop sign and stop bar on and another driver was who was right behind the bus hit the back of it.
DEM: 'They found themselves in the middle of a feeding frenzy of dolphins'
Dolphins feeding in Mount Hope Bay is a "sign of a healthy and productive ecosystem," the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management says. The pod of common dolphins was spotted and videotaped Tuesday by DEM staff members checking water quality for shellfishing, the DEM said in a Facebook post. "They...
Former YMCA in Norwich to get new life as construction company headquarters
Norwich ― Since 2009, the YMCA has sat vacant and slowly decaying at a key gateway spot on Main Street. The City Council voted unanimously Monday night to transfer ownership of the former YMCA at 337-341 Main St. to Mattern Construction of Baltic for its planned new headquarters and commercial development.
Vigil held in Brooklyn for 5 Derby kids killed in crash
Nicole Nalepa and Mike Slifer have the news and weather for the morning of March 21, including a double shooting in Meriden that left a man dead. Meteorologist Mike Slifer said that mild temperatures were in the forecast. Here is his Tuesday 7 a.m. forecast. Updated: 5 hours ago. A...
RI attorney general frustrated by delayed disclosure of drug lab mistake
The drug lab issue is putting hundreds of cocaine related cases under scrutiny in Rhode Island.
Police find ‘skimming device’ on Johnston ATM
Police are investigating after a skimming device was found attached to an ATM inside a Johnston gas station Tuesday.
Town of Burrillville explores sites for new federally-funded skate park
BURRILLVILLE – A project to build a new skate park in Burrillville with help from a $500,000 federal grant is now underway, with town officials consulting with local youth as they explore potential new locations. “We’re looking into the sites,” Public Works Director Jeffrey McCormick told members of the...
Timing and Impacts of New England's Storm Chances Over the Coming Days
A pronounced sea breeze is keeping coastal communities in the upper 40s, while inland towns may see temperatures climbing as high as the lower 60s. Clouds are also on the rise Wednesday night, with the chance of showers developing across Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts around and after midnight. A few more showers will spread across Vermont with sleet and snow in higher elevations, mostly snow will travel north of Maine early Thursday.
2 CT Residents Win $100K Lottery Prize: Here's Where They Bought Their Tickets
Two very lucky Connecticut residents will surely have a happy Saint Patrick's Day after buying winning $100,000 lottery tickets from two Cumberland Farms locations. The two winning tickets were bought by both New London County resident Franklin Dart of Baltic and Tolland County resident Tiffan…
Community Focus: Helena Foulkes
Former gubernatorial candidate Helena Foulkes joined 12 News at 4 Tuesday to discuss her decision not to enter the race to replace Rep. David Cicilline.
Bill looks to regulate use of license plate readers in RI
Rhode Island lawmakers are taking up a bill looking to regulate the use of automated license plate readers across the state.
Hometown Hero: Jacob Joyce, Ponaganset
GLOCESTER, RI (WPRI) — This week’s Cardi’s Furniture & Mattresses Hometown Sports Hero is Jacob Joyce. The Ponaganset Senior took home his third State Wrestling Title then earned his second straight New England Gold, helping the Chieftains earn the team titles in both competitions. “A lot of us have grown up together, we’ve trained a lot together,” Joyce said. “Obviously, […]
Woman charged in Route 2 pursuit
State police charged a Hebron woman Saturday after she led troopers on a pursuit on Route 2 while intoxicated. Around 5:30 p.m. Saturday, they were notified of an erratic driver on Route 2 in Glastonbury. Several 911 calls described the driver as a danger to other motorists, police said. A...
EGFD Receives $280K Communications Grant
The East Greenwich Fire Department is the recipient of a $280,000 federal grant to replace outdated radio equipment, according to a recent announcement by all four Rhode Island congressional officials – Sens. Reed and Whitehouse and Reps. Cicillini and Magaziner. “We will be switching to the state’s 800 MHz...
Two years after fire, CT Hole in the Wall Gang Camp ‘rises from ashes’
After a fire destroyed part of the Hole in the Wall Gang Camp in Ashford in 2021, Amarilis Franjul said the event shook the spirit of the “magical place.” The camp, a summer retreat for seriously ill children, like Franjul’s 13-year-old daughter, Amarey Brookshire, who has been hospitalized dozens of times for sickle cell disease, provided a space where Frajul said kids could be kids and ...
Dog dies in fire at East Greenwich home
EAST GREENWICH, R.I. (WJAR) — A dog has died in a fire at an East Greenwich home. Fire Chief Bernard Peteanaude said the fire broke out around 4 p.m. on Tuesday on the first floor of a home on Cedar Ave. According to Petanaude, the fire extended to one...
Worst states for physicians over the last 5 years
New York and Rhode Island consistently rank low on financial website WalletHub's annual list of worst states for physicians. WalletHub compares the states and Washington, D.C., across two dimensions: opportunity and competition, and medical environment. The website evaluates those dimensions using 19 metrics, including the insured population rate, projected competition and hospitals per capita.
Rhode Island man sentenced for cyberstalking Maine woman
PORTLAND (WGME) -- A Rhode Island man has been sentenced to over a year in prison for cyberstalking a woman in Maine. According to court records, 62-year-old Larry Spencer harassed and stalked his former spouse after they divorced in Maryland. She then moved to Westbrook. Officials say Spencer continued to...
Norwich Free Academy's Yorke leads The Bulletin's girls basketball all-star team
The Bulletin is proud to present its 2022-2023 Girls Basketball All Star Team. The honored players were consistently on our daily top performers lists during the regular season. The players were selected from Norwich Free Academy, Norwich Tech, Griswold, Plainfield, Killingly and Ellis Tech. The Bulletin would like to thank...
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